Each week, Dalplex fitness instructors provide online workouts that cover a range of activities and fitness levels. Here is the latest lineup:
Wednesday, April 1 30 min strength workout
Friday, April 3 Office break flexibility session
Monday, April 6 30 minute interval training
Wednesday, April 8 Clarisse’s Chipper (video)
Monday April 13 More Core
Wednesday April 15 Small Space Cardio
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Short videos presented by physiotherapists at Dal’s Physioclinic are now available. The first two are for neck stabilizer muscles and keeping a healthy back. Visit here.
Stay tuned for more.
Using only your own body weight, these versatile moves can help you create a total-body at-home workout that fits your needs and abilities.
See the full list here.
Pick and choose. Mix it up. Keep moving.
The name might sound unusual, but “exercise snacking” could be a more appealing option than you might think.
Researchers at Hamilton’s McMaster University and the University of British Columbia Okanagan have concluded that even short bouts of physical activity — for example, sprinting up a few flights of stairs — can have real health benefits.
According to McMaster’s chair of kinesiology, Martin Gibala, an exercise snack can have some of the same benefits — particularly for relatively inactive people — as a moderate workout at the gym.
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